People opposed to child-sex trafficking rally outside the Washington state Supreme Court on Tuesday in Olympia. The court was hearing a case filed by three young girls who were sold as prostitutes on the website Backpage.com. The three victims say the website helps promote the exploitation of children.
UPDATE - 08:03 PM
Gun-rights activist pushes I-591 to curb background checks
If I-591 passes along with I-594, which would expand background checks, the issue could go to the courts.
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